Breathing Into Consciousness


Want to improve your communication skills and personal relationships? Seeking a new direction? Desiring a greater sense of freedom? Looking for a fresh perspective on life? Happy as all get out but unable to feel any sense of your true life’s purpose? In love with the unfolding you?


Transformational Breathwork is a gentle but profoundly powerful means of entering a non-ordinary state of consciousness where the psyche moves freely toward its natural state of wholeness. Throughout history, virtually every culture has provided an opportunity and a method to access non-ordinary states of consciousness for inner exploration and healing. Through deep breathing and evocative music, Breathwork facilitates access to all levels of human experience, including unfinished biographical material, birth memories, transpersonal phenomena, and the healing of unresolved trauma.


* Core Movement exercises, lead by Chaya Leia, to awaken and invigorate the pelvic floor and abdomen;
* Exploration of the Breathwork process, explaining roles of breather and sitter;
* Two 2-hour Breathwork journeys (switching breathers and sitters) set to fantastic soundtracks;
* Experiential Group Awakening Process;
* Guided-meditation (w/projected world images);
* A wholesome and healthy lunch.
* Dynamic music and dance (w/projected world images);
* Opening and closing circles.



Sunday, October 7, 2012
9:oo am – 6:30 pm

Blue Guitar Studio
186 Northampton Street
Easthampton, MA 01060

Advance registration is encouraged, and limited space is available. This workshop will fill up fast.

COST: $80-$120 sliding scale at the door
Advance Registration Discounts
$70 for singles & $130 for couples if registered before July 22

Breathing Into Consciousness

 Please contact Keith or Chaya if you have any questions or concerns or for more information.


Keith Harmon Snow has been engaged in consciousness work, practicing and studying different breathwork modalities for years. A motivational speaker who has inspired thousands of people young and old at programs held all over North America, Keith also facilitates consciousness retreats and workshops involving experiential processes, breathwork, theatre, movement and dance, sacred ceremony, and other dynamic fun stuff. The 2009 Regent’s Lecturer in Law & Society at UC Santa Barbara, Keith has explored joy and suffering all over the world. A practitioner of Satyagraha and Right Livelihood philosophies, he loves to challenge personal limits and societal beliefs, and to share in the communal journey of personal transformation and higher self-realization—to join others in the dance of discovery and the nurturing of peace while remaining fully engaged in the world. Keith recently began a personal breathwork and consciousness practice in Northampton.

For more information about Keith’s practice or to contact Keith:
Conscious Being Lifework

Chaya Leia Aronson, RN BSN, Certified Practitioner and Teacher of the Arvigo Techniques of Maya Abdominal TherapyTM, belly dance instructor and performer, Reiki practitioner, Registered Nurse. Chaya is under mentorship with ALisa Starkweather for the facilitation of the annual Women’s Belly and Womb Conference. In her quest for personal health she discovered the Arvigo techniques of Maya Abdominal TherapyTM, which restores the harmony we seek by realigning the abdominal organs. This optimizes flow of blood and lymph, thus restoring health, vitality and joy. Chaya has practiced Transformational Breathwork TM with Alisa Starkweather, as well as tantric breathing practices with Sylvia Brallier. Chaya maintains an active practice in her office in Northampton.
For more information about Chaya’s work or to contact Chaya:

Individual Breathwork & Lifework Sessions
with Keith Harmon Snow

If it is inconvenient to attend a workshop, or if you are not comfortable experiencing Breathwork in a group format, you can have the experience in my office in Northampton by scheduling a double session. In 90 minutes, we can check in, breathe to music for about 55 minutes, and have some time to process the material that arises. This also provides the opportunity to receive more direct facilitation and process verbally during the session.

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